1 I feel myself quite wild with excitement.
2 Lucy is more excitable than ever, but is otherwise well.
3 I suppose it is the reaction from the terrible excitement.
4 The snow is falling lightly and there is a strange excitement in the air.
5 For half an hour or more Renfield kept getting excited in greater and greater degree.
6 I was too excited to sleep, but this diary has quieted me, and I feel I shall get some sleep to-night.
7 Suddenly he jumped to his feet, with his eyes blazing and all the signs of intense cerebral excitement.
8 When I came back, I found him walking hurriedly up and down the room, his face all ablaze with excitement.
9 We found him in a state of considerable excitement, but far more rational in his speech and manner than I had ever seen him.
10 This state of excitement kept on for some little time; and at last we saw before us the Pass opening out on the eastern side.
11 The excitement of the passengers grew greater; the crazy coach rocked on its great leather springs, and swayed like a boat tossed on a stormy sea.
12 It was evident that something very exciting was either happening or expected, but though I asked each passenger, no one would give me the slightest explanation.
13 When it grew dark there seemed to be some excitement amongst the passengers, and they kept speaking to him, one after the other, as though urging him to further speed.
14 He grew excited as he spoke, and walked about the room pulling his great white moustache and grasping anything on which he laid his hands as though he would crush it by main strength.
15 After all, it is not strange that she did not; for we took special care not to let her know anything about it, and we all tried not to show any excitement when we were in her presence.
16 We men are all in a fever of excitement, except Harker, who is calm; his hands are cold as ice, and an hour ago I found him whetting the edge of the great Ghoorka knife which he now always carries with him.
17 I had previously seen something of the same constantly growing excitement in him when he had to make some request of which at the time he had thought much, such, for instance, as when he wanted a cat; and I was prepared to see the collapse into the same sullen acquiescence on this occasion.
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